Wine Glen Carlou, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2011
Reviews of purchase Glen Carlou, Cabernet Sauvignon, 2011
The wine is a deep garnet-red color with a ruby hue.
In the complex taste of wine present tones of black currant and red berries, light hints of spice in the finish. The finish is long and rich, with soft tannins.
In the bright aromatic bouquet of wine presented tones of ripe red berries and black currants, which are complemented by light nuances of spice and oak.
The wine will be the perfect pair of roast duck, ribs, meat dishes.
Harvest Cabernet Sauvignon in 2011 was collected in March. Fermentation was carried out in the open and closed steel tanks. Three times a day was carried caps and lowering of wort pumping with a pump. The wine is aged for 15 months in two- and three-year French oak barrels and was bottled in September 2012. Wine will be at the peak of ripeness in the period from 2013 to 2017.
Glen Carlow - it's part of the family estate Hess, founded in 1844 in the Swiss capital Bern. Family estate Hess entered the wine industry in 1978 and currently it owns six grape farms in different parts of the world: Hess Collection and Wine Artezin in Napa (California); Wines Sequani in Rushen Rivet (CA); Glen Carlow in Paarl (region in South Africa); Bodega Colome in Argentina, as well as the most important possession - winery Peter Lehmann (Australia).
Its purpose name holder formulate the following postulate: "To be the guardians of the land, to convey her wealth to future generations." No manipulation, and maintaining a harmonious relationship with nature - this is the main principle of farming in the village of Glen Carlow.